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Merger Update (January 1st 2020)

Thankyou to everyone who provided feedback on our services and merger plans during our Patient Engagement in November.

We have collected all of the feedback and you can find a copy of our Final Engagement Report here: Final Engagement Report

This report will now go to various board meetings where a final decision on whether or not we can proceed with our plans will be made.

We will let you know here and by text what the decision is by February 20th 2020.

As explained in the report we have used your feedback to help us to plan and shape services going forwards.

You can find a copy of our 'You Said, We Will/Have' pledges here too: You Said, We Will/Have

Our Proposed Merger (November 1st 2019)

Westfield Medical Centre and Allerton Medical Centre announced today that they hope to merge their Practices next Spring.

Letters are in the post to households where patients are registered - but you can find an electronic version of the letter here too. Letter to Households

More information can also be found in our Frequently Asked Questions sheet. Frequently Asked Questions about our merger

We would love to hear your feedback regarding our plans.

You can complete our online survey here: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MergerEngagementSurvey/

or collect a paper copy in the practice.

Or feel free to come along to one of our drop-in events:

Sat 23rd Nov      11.00-13.00     First Floor, Reginald Centre, 263 Chapeltown Rd, LS7 3EX

Sun 24th Nov      14.00-15.30       Meeting Rm, St. Matthew's Church, Wood Lane, LS7 3QF

Mon 25th Nov     18.00-19.00       First Floor, Reginald Centre, 263 Chapeltown Rd, LS7 3EX

(A copy of the information sent to our stakeholders can be found here.  Merger Stakeholder brief)

(And also a copy of our Engagement Plan and Engagement Methodology for interested parties. Merger Engagement Plan. Merger Engagement Methodology)

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